The woodsman stepped forward past the carousers to the baggage compartment, where he disappeared.
Mr. Keepum and the Hon. Mr. Snivel are prominent among the carousers; and both are hectic of dissipation.
"That was an ugly-looking man," said a gentleman in the street, after the carousers had returned to the saloon.
The conduct of the two carousers now assumed aspects very different from each other.
Yes, even then almost the only ruffians and carousers were the imported ball players and editors and "Calamity Jane."
In the common-room one day sat as merry a company of carousers as ever gladdened the soul of an old tantivy boy.
It did not take me long to reach The Bull, where I found the carousers still lingering.
The sleeping and drunken snored, the carousers had quartered themselves in the cellar and begun drinking afresh.